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Old 11-17-2008, 01:17 PM   #1
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1982 Ferrari 308 GTB/GTSi vs. 2003 BMW m5

I've narrowed down my next buy to these two phenomenal cars, I just can't decide which one's the better buy, so what are your opinions? The m5 obviously has more room, handles better, and is faster than the Ferrari, but a Ferrari IS a Ferrari, and a head turner no matter what.

So what do you all think?
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Old 11-20-2008, 10:03 AM   #2
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Re: 1982 Ferrari 308 GTB/GTSi vs. 2003 BMW m5

Seriously??

Why would you even consider comparing these two cars? It's like trying to compare a bass fishing boat with a motorcycle. Sure, both are transportation- but that's about where the similarity ends.

If you're considering it versus a modern BMW, the 308 is almost definitely not a car you want. If you want a car to go cruising and look 'cool' in, the M5 is going to give you much less trouble. Leave the 308 for someone who truly wants a 308.
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